Castagna Milano shows a disposable Peugeot 308 GT, which it calls green
Castro Milano, one of the oldest car manufacturers in the world, is still strong and has shown his latest design. Prepared for this week’s Milan mobile show, he calls the disposable Peugeot 308 GT Castagna a “bow to the green.”
The car, which is finished with an interesting two-color painting, is mostly painted in glossy wood green. Around the rear wheel arches and on the rocker panels, it is painted a much paler dark green. The effect of the scheme is to highlight the lines of the Peugeot steel-printed body and the hit of visual intrigue thanks to the dark green line like a bar running along the back cover, mostly bright green, above the icon.
Inside, at this time, Castania Milano came out completely with leather. In honor of this green, the roof, A-shaped pillars and the top of the line are covered with green suede, which is distinguished by green, clear carbon fiber, finishing panels.
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Drop down to the strip and door cards, complemented by gray suede paired with green caramel-colored leather. It eventually turns into a saturated dark brown leather on the seat racks, door frame and steering wheel grille.
Castaña Milano says nothing about changing the drive, but it seems impossible. The flagship Peugeot 308 GT is 180 hp. (134 kW / 182 horsepower) and 109 hp. (81 kW / 110 hp) is equipped with a plug-in hybrid power unit that combines an electric motor. It has a 12.4 kWh battery that provides an electric range of 36 miles (58 km).
Carrosteria Castania, was also founded in 1849 when Carlo Castania bought the Ferrari car-making business. The first car with a combustion engine was a Benz ATV, and later it was used by Isotta Fraschini, Duesenberg, Alfa Romeo, Lancia and others. worked with popular names such as. Although it ceased operations in 1954, the company name was revived in the 1990s and it has recently been replaced by Fiat 500s, Minis and others. worked.